Letter from Simon Nowell Smith to The Hogarth Press (29/10/1946)

Nid: 15217

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Reproduced with permission from the estate of the author, courtesy of Penguin Random House UK archive and library.This item has not been made available with a CC BY-NC-ND licence.

Source: MS 2750/29/8

Image Rights Holder: ©Estate of Simon Nowell-Smith

Nid: 15217

Rights Statement:

Reproduced with permission from the estate of the author, courtesy of Penguin Random House UK archive and library.This item has not been made available with a CC BY-NC-ND licence.

Source: MS 2750/29/8

Image Rights Holder: ©Estate of Simon Nowell-Smith

Letter from Simon Nowell Smith to The Hogarth Press (29/10/1946)

Library:

University of Reading, Special Collections

Archival Folder:

Nowell-Smith quotes from a previous letter he has received from The Hogarth Press to evidence that he has received previous permissions from them. He explains that Constable and Company, who initially wrote to the press, have had trouble reading initials of previous correspondence. Nowell-Smith hopes that as they have granted permission for an English edition of his book that they will grant permission for an American edition. He provides further detail on his book.

Handwritten letter signed by Nowell-Smith